Director Rajesh is talented in portraying comical ventures but his few erstwhile outings were failed to garner laurel amidst audiences. Now the filmmaker is back with yet another witty flick Kadavul Irukkan kumaru starring GV Prakash, Nikki galrani, Anandhi and RJ Balaji in the lead. Also T Siva who funded this film has completed 25 years in film industry hence this movie is very special for him. This project had decent expectations mainly because of the catchy title and addition of veteran artists like Prakash Raj. Lets witness the fulcrum of the flick as follows.
Two youngsters sojourn to pondicherry for a bachelor party where they encounter some problem induced by few police officers and whether the protagonists are escaped from this situation or not is the remaining storyline.
Film were packed with decent narration in the nascent phase followed by subtle love tracks and comical sequences. Anandhi had more screen space also her innocent show was adorable especially the tussle scenes with GV Prakash was enjoyable. Special cameo of MS Baskar, Mano bala and Urvasi was entertaining which evoked laugh riot to certain extent. Prakashraj’s inclusion towards the intermission was interesting alongside Robo Shankar and Singam puli ‘s performance was decent.
Since from the interval block, film derails which gives more dreary feel to the audiences also the execution of comical ingredients was not enthralling which adds more downside for this film. RJ Balaji’s one liner and expression becomes dull in the midway and kindles very less laugh riot in the second half. GV Prakash have tried his best to accelerate the plot but dreary screenplay makes the movie a average outing. The climax ends in a usual typical manner with dull sequences.
Casting of this entertainer was solid, special mention to GV Prakash and Anandhi duo as their combination are the only saviour which caused refreshing feel to the viewers. Remaining artists have done their part in innate fashion.
The main positive factors are the witty portions in the first half also the veteran artists such as MS Baskar and Urvasi performance are the highlight which evoked spell binding laugh riot. The downside are the less engaging and dreary narration alongside irritating comical elements in the entire second half.
Rajesh should have added gripping screenplay after the intermission, comedy tracks were very dull which might have been avoided.
Verdict- Mediocre comedy venture packed with small dose of engaging factors.